Aristozyme Capsule 15

Aristo Pharmaceuticals

Pack of 15 Units

MRP ₹86.85


₹5.79 / Unit

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About Aristozyme Capsule

Aristozyme Capsule is a health supplement used to manage indigestion, loss of appetite, and acidity. These capsules contain ingredients that help improve digestion and provide relief from digestive disorders.

Aristozyme Capsules help break down food in the stomach, aiding in digestion and relieving symptoms like bloating, gas, and discomfort.

The active ingredients in Aristozyme Capsules are fungal diastase and pepsin, which together stimulate digestion and can help improve your appetite.

As these capsules work by neutralizing excess stomach acid, they can also bring relief from acidity.

This medication aids a healthy digestive system and also helps to fight stomach infections.

It is important to follow your doctor's advice regarding the dosage and administration of Aristozyme Capsules.

Consult a doctor before starting the medication.

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Last Updated On 28 Aug. 2023 | 6:26AM (IST)

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